Programme - Tuesday 15 July


Monday 14 July   Tuesday 15 July Wednesday 16 July Poster programme

 

08:30         

Registration 

09:00

Introducing www.dielectrophoresis.org  

 
Session 5: Polarisation phenomena
09:10 

Keynote 2: AC Electrokinetics of metal microparticles
A Ramos, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

09:50

T15: Fluidic dielectrophoresis: polarization, manipulation and biosensing at electrical liquid interfaces
Z Gagnon, Johns Hopkins University, USA

10:10 

T16: Understanding and exploiting bacterial surface polarizability
C R Buie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

10:30

Coffee break

 
Session 6: AC electrokinetics
11:00 

T17: Concentration-polarization and electro-convection in microchannel-nanochannel interface devices
G Yossifon, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

11:20 

T18: Coupling AC dielectrophoresis with DC ion concentration polarization in nanochannels for ultrafast biomarker enrichment
N Swami, University of Virginia, USA

11:40 

T19: Determination of the electrokinetic torque on a metal nanowire from thermal fluctuations
P García-Sánchez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

12:00 

T20: Three-dimensional topological neural networks based on AC electrokinetic confinment of neurites
T Honegger, CNRS, France

12:20 

Lunch 

 
Session 7: Industrial applications 
13:40 

T21: Development and application of rapid bacteria detection method using dielectrophoresis and impedance measurement
R Hamada, Kyushu University, Japan

14:00

T22: A portable instrument for cells manipulation by dielectrophoresis
S Burgarella, STMicroelectronics, Italy

14:20

T23: High-Speed DEP Electrophysiology: 10 second DEP spectrum
K Hoettges, University of Surrey, UK

14:40

T24: Gradient insulator based dielectrophoresis resolution
M Hayes, Arizona State University, USA

15:00

Coffee break

 
Session 8: Biological applications
15:40

T25: Dielectrophoresis as a biomarker in stem cell research
F Labeed, University of Surrey, UK

16:00

T26: Developing and applying microscale dielectrophoresis technologies to macroscale specimens
L D'Amico, University of Texas, USA

16:20

T27: Automated characterization of cells using self-rotation effect in a non-rotational ac electric field: influence of membrane modification
C Vaillier, LTM-CNRS, France

16:40

T28: Monitoring in real time the dielectric properties of a single cell combining DEP and ROT experiments in a microfluidic device: towards electropermeabilization analysis 
C I Trainito, ENS of Cachan, France

17:00

Close

19:00 Conference dinner

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Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED:
    9 May 2014
  • Early registration deadline:
    10 June 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    4 July 2014